CHEAP WAYS TO MAKE YOUR OLD CLOTHES NEW
If you have always wanted to become a fashion designer, start from our handy tutorials on how to renew your wardrobe without any special sewing skill. You will find a lot of ideas on how to revamp old clothes and make something trendy. Choose the clothes you want to revamp and let’s start creating together!
Grab your scissors and look through these brilliant ideas:
– A piece of lace can turn an ordinary boring tank top into a major part of a sweet and romantic outfit
– Do you know that you can easily change a collar shape on any T-shirt? You’re welcome to make a V-cut and wear what you really like. Learn how to do that watching this video
– Learn a lot of incredibly cool ideas on what to do with old T-shirts
– Fringing a boring t-shirt is a cheap and easy way to create a new look. By the way, these t-shirts usually cost a lot in shops and you can easily make one at home. Firstly, mark where that fringe will start and cut your t-shirt. The main idea is that fringe lines should be of the same size. Knot the fringes: take two neighboring strips and knot them. Do this for all the strips on your shirt
– Check out how to downsize jeans literally in 1 minute
– Easily turn your old jeans into a cute shopping bag
– Get rid of sweat stains using a lemon
– Turn your boyfriend’s old shirt into a fancy skirt
– Fix your broken flip flops using a ribbon. Now they look so elegant!
– Learn the best way to fold clothes – roll your clothes. Watch the full tutorial!
– Check out how to revamp your old denim jacket and create something very stylish!
01:01 Cool ideas on how to renew a t-shirt
02:51 Keep your clothes wrinkle free
03:28 Fancy top idea
10:16 DIY Fringed t-shirt
16:45 DIY shopping bag
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